Right in front of and slightly to the side of Throttle body
It's in line just before the air intake manifold. Remove the air intake hose just before the engine. The first thing you see will be the mass airflow sensor, next inline will be the throttle body.
yes they are the same generation some features have been changed but nothing major the engien and tranny and body panels are all the same and so is the drive train ~rob
Oldsmobile started the design process on the Aurora in 1993 and two years later in 1995 it was released to the public. There have been two generations of the Aurora; cars made from 2001 to 2003 had minor changes to the engine, body and safety system.
Must remove the throttle air intake hose from throttle body. Then disconnect the wiring and remove the sensor and spray with mass air flow sensor cleaner.
The throttle positioning sensor is located in the throttle body.
right across from the throttle cable, on the throttle body
All throttle Position Sensors are on the throttle body
Perhaps throttle plate is stuck Try to free with a screwdriver in throttle body
It is on the throttle body, opposite of the cables.
The throttle position sensor is on the throttle body.
In front of the Plenum cover connected to the throttle body
buy some throttle body cleaner and it should tell you on the package
On the bottom of the throttle body - look where the pedal cable meets with the throttle body - look opposite the end of the connection assembly on the other side you will see the throttle position sensor.
It is located on the throttle body, opposite side the throttle cable connects.
The throttle body is where the air goes into the engine. Find the air filter, then follow the plastic duct over to the throttle body. It is round and made of metal.
The body control module, on your 1997 Oldsmobile, is located on the rear suspension. The module is mounted on the passenger side of the rear axle.
The throttle position sensor on a 1995 Ford Bronco is located on the throttle body. It detects how far the accelerator has been pressed.
Should be at the bottom of the throttle body throat (inside)
It is called a Throttle Position Sensor (TPS), and is located on the throttle body butterfly cross shaft opposite the throttle cable cam.
no more carburetors. fuel injected throttle body. throttle body is at the end of the air intake hose on the engine.
Yes, the last year for throttle body injection for Chevy was in 1995, I believe.
On the throttle body opposite of where the cables attach.
Passenger side of engine next to throttle body. It is the senor with the vacuum line running to it.